Mark Oakley's answer Are you referring to the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation? It’s an administrative agency, established by legislative enactment, and given authority to promulgate regulations to carry out its legislative mandate. Agency regulations appear in a separate repository than the statutory code. Most agencies post links to both their statutory authority and to their regulations on their website. They typically do not have their own police department, but sometimes they do, and that would...
Grant St Julian III's answer What you state is not a defense. Having a license plate in the windshield is a violation of the law if the car is driven on a Texas road, regardless of where the car was purchased.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Your attorney would know best, but I don't think that the Florida court will decline jurisdiction which it clearly has under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (Florida Statute 61.501 et seq.).
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer If she's not effectively supervising the visitations, you should seek to have someone besides the grandmother appointed to supervise them. Speak with your lawyer about your concerns.
Mr. Hudson Thomas Bair's answer I'm not sure what you are asking but if you are questioning the legitimacy of the DMV procedures because the hearing officer is both the prosecutor and the fact finder, that has been litigated and upheld. You should ask your lawyer what appellate steps can be taken following an adverse DMV decision.
Joseph D. Allen's answer This is a much more complicated question than it appears. For some purposes, school board employees are state employees, and for other purposes they are local government employees. Maryland school boards are an odd hybrid- and the appellate courts are still struggling with how to classify them.
Donald Arthur Hilland's answer So I answered this question quite extensively. I told you what to do and how to do it. If you want to give me a call or an email, please do. I'm very good at these hearings. I know the law on Unemployment and most attorneys do not.
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1. I told you that unless you engaged in willful and wanton conduct like stole from them or used violence, that you could easily win and start collecting.
Donald Arthur Hilland's answer Based on your question, I am hoping you mean an EDD Unemployment Appeal, which if I'm correct you got a letter stating that under Unemployment Insurance Code 1256 you are disqualified and must now work another quarter and earn a certain amount before you can reapply. If I'm correct, then you should definitely appeal and your test does have evidentiary value. I have done over 100 of these Unemployment Appeals and I only lost 1, which was when the client did not bring me the paperwork within 20...
Cary B. Hall's answer Try contacting your local Pennsylvania State Police barracks with your questions. They deal with and enforce most of the firearms laws in the Commonwealth. Better safe than sorry, right?
Peter H. Westby's answer I recommend that you contact an Arizona probate attorney to advise you and answer your questions. There are many details that need to be handled and your attorney can help you get started.
Mr. Michael O. Stevens' answer There probably is, but it would be time consuming to find those few who do. That said, you do not need an Oregon attorney, you need an AZ one that does wrongful death. Just do a Google search for wrongful death attorney in the closest bigger city and then make some calls.
T. J. Jesky's answer I would definitely say for the judge to preside on this case would be a conflict of interest. I would think that even the judge would agree. He has the potential to hold a grudge against you. How can you receive a fair trial. You immediately need to petition for a new judge. This should not be difficult nor an issue. By the way, if he fails to step aside; you have a great basis for an appeal.
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